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Initial Feedback Profile 3

28-03-2004   


…but don’t take our word for it!  The LFF  have received the feedback below in just a few hours of opening today!


“I’ve just unpacked and can put my feet up at last (for now).
I wanted to write this email before going to bed.I want to say an absolutely gigantic THANK YOU for all your support, help and hard work. The exhibition was really well organised and everyone loved the show. I think the styling, choreography and great models made my show…
I look forward to working with you and seeing you all again.”
Elizabeth Lau Profile Ladieswear winner selected by House of Fraser Amanda Burrows Head of ladieswear


“Thank you very much for yesterday ….absolutely amazing! I had a wicked day!”
David Samuel from Rare Kind – highly recommended by Debenhams
Kerry Johnstone – Head of Design Menswear


“I would like to thank David Jones for all the help and support over the last three years. Without you guys designers like me would be lost. I was absolutely shocked when I was announced as the winner by Debenhams. It is hard out there, very hard, so thank God for Well Fit”.
Samilla Roy from Ocha & Garth
Well Fit Menswear winner as selected by Kerry Johnstone Debenhams
Head of Menswear Design Debenhams.


“I think it is fantastic to have a stand at a fraction of the cost that gives
access to mainstream buyers – I am chasing all the leads I made!”
Sam Lambourne from Stripe like the Boys


“Through the Necessary Accessory event I made four genuine leads that
I know will lead to expanding my business….I just wished I had done the
catwalk show, it was amazing.”
Asif Kisson – a designer of feather fascinations and cocktail hats.


“I really enjoyed the day. ……..I made an order with Wish. I am delighted”! Charlotte Keating.


Watch this space for more updates!



Penelope Mahon from Chelsea Collections reported back that she could not
believe the growth of the event from last season (29 exhibitors to 78 this season) and, more importantly, it was the quality of the exhibitors and the standard of the event itself.




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